By Sarah Maetche - Lacombe Express
Originally posted Nov 5, 2015 at 8:00 AM - Click Here for Full Story
There's more to the holiday season than Singing carols, drinking hot chocolate and decorating the Christmas tree.
In Cow Patti Theatre's latest production Ethan Claymore, kicking off the 19th season, we learn that miracles still do happen, even in the simple life of a Central Alberta farmer. We will get to see a true reflection of life in the '70s and of course, in true Cow Patti fashion, enjoy plenty of laughs as well.
Ethan Claymore, premiering at the Lacombe Golf and Country Club, will run until mid December. The production features a cast of eight and is penned by Canadian playwright Norm Foster.
Cow Patti's Artistic Director AnnaMarie Lea said usually for the first show of the season, the company produces a farce, which is not the essence of Ethan Claymore.
"No matter what farce you do, they all kind of work the same way, and I thought it was time to give our audience a bit of a toss up," she said.
HEARTWARMING - Cow Patti Theatre Company Artistic Producing Director AnnaMarie Lea sits in the ’70s themed set of Central Alberta-based theatre company’s upcoming production Ethan Claymore. Shows run at the Lacombe Golf and Country Club. The production debuts on Nov. 19th and runs through to Dec. 19th. - Image Credit: Sarah Maetche/Lacombe Express